Eragon: Inheritance Book One - A Rider's Blade Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paolini
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A Rider's Blade Summary

Eragon wakes with a realization that he must do something about Garrow's death. He is sure what he must do. "Nothing is more dangerous than an enemy with nothing to lose, he thought. Which is what I have become." (Page 93) Eragon creeps out of the house and he hears Horst talking about him. Horst says that Eragon is not telling him everything.

Eragon is set to leave in pursuit of Garrow's killers, but he must first have a saddle for Saphira, so he steals pieces of leather from the nearby tannery. Then he steals meat from Sloan's shop. As he leaves the shop Brom calls his name. Brom accuses Eragon of running away, and then Brom says, "I hope you have enough meat to feed your dragon." (Page 95)

Brom knows from the mark on Eragon's scar on his hand...

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